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Hello folks, I wanted to share something I've been working on. This is a mod that makes it easier for you (as a fellow modder) to add new crops to the game, which can then be grown using the usual farming methods with no additional work on your part. About ModdableFarming My intent is to give other modders a foundation which they can use to add their own custom crops to the game. I have tried to override as little as possible within the default farming code, both to make updating the mod easier as the game develops, and to keep it true to the original intent of farming. I'm new at modding and new to the community so I hope I'm not stepping on any toes or anything by doing this. Download Link First you need to download and install the mod. I've also created an example (which you can use as a template if you prefer) that grows an Eggplant. Special thanks to blackteapie who has been absolutely invaluable helping me figure out and fix numerous issues with the mod. THE MOD ITSELF: ModdableFarming-0.4.zip (released 2015-Jun-23) Changelog: The example/template: EggplantExample.zip (v0.2 - released 2015-Apr-08) Changelog: Unzip to your mods directory, as normal. Note that the mod itself doesn't really do anything by itself. It's just a toolkit/library for other mods. The example mod adds eggplant seeds which will grow eggplants. If you want to add more than just eggplants, you'll need to create your own mod. You can use ExampleEggplant as a starting point for your own mod if you want. Don't modify ModdableFarming though, unless you know what you're doing. How to use as part of your own mod Examples This is a very bare-bones, simple example of how to make an eggplant farmable. A more complete example, with support for seed packets and distribution throughout the game's many kitchen counters, is available by looking at the download EggplantExample.zip above. Compatibility and Testing What doesn't it do? What else? What do people think? Is this useful to you? Is there anything I else should add? All feedback is welcome at this stage.
As the title says, this mod will give you food poisoning if you drink from a toilet or rain barrel. It also lets you take water from water tiles that you must distill before you can drink it. Features of dirty Water: Get sick drinking from a toilet or rainbarrelGet sick drinking water from a bottle, kettle, bowl, etc. filled from a toilet or rainbarrelCollect water from natural water sources (river, ocean, ponds, etc.)"Dirty" water in a bottle that is filled with "clean" water from a faucet is still considered "dirty" by pollution.Empty your "dirty" bottles before filling in "clean" water from faucets to not get sick anymore.Clean dirty water in containers with Bleach. A bottle of Bleach has 25 uses, one use is necessary to clean between 0.1 and 1.0 units of water. That means it takes 1 use of Bleach to clean a nearly empty bottle with 0.1 units left, but the same for 1.0 units, so be careful.Boil your water containers on stoves or campfires for at least 30 minutes if you have no bleach.This mod will change how Bleach appears and is handled in the game (it's no longer a Food, but an InventoryItem) and won't replace already spawned instances of Bleach, only new ones. It also implements stills, coolers and taking water from rivers and beaches. Features of salt Water: Pot stills. And Coolers.You can now collect saltwater from water tiles in any water container (yes, any!). This overwrites the water collection from the dirtyWater mod if both are active.You can pour saltwater into stills and light the fire below them to distill the water.If a cooler is positioned correctly next to the still, it will catch the distilled water.You can fill any water container from the cooler.Cooler changes sprite when it contains water.The rules of water states are: Adding clean water to clean water gives clean water. Adding dirty water to clean water gives dirty water. Adding clean water to dirty water gives dirty water. Adding saltwater to clean water gives saltwater. Adding clean water to saltwater gives saltwater. Adding dirty water to saltwater gives saltwater. Adding saltwater to dirty water gives saltwater. ISSUES In Build 30, there's an issue with the amount of water being stored. This'll fix itself through this issue: http://theindiestone.com/forums/index.php/tracker/issue-1261-rain-barrel-bug/?gopid=3850#entry3850 TODO: Balancing. Make still do something. Make coolers do something. Check for possible bug duplicating stills and coolers. Make saltwater collectible. But from where? River? WONTDO I will not start calculating the dilution of saltwater to check if it's becoming drinkable. COMPATIBILITY Version 0.9 is NOT backwards compatible to 0.8 and earlier. Too much has changed, sorry. Version 0.9.5 is NOT backwards compatible to 0.9. The separation of the mods has changed the items category from DirtyWater to SaltWater LICENSE: You are free to use this mod in any way, shape or form. I consider it public domain, as far as possible. It would still be nice if you credit me if you use it for anything amazing (do not credit me if you use it to annoy your neigbour). Sprites are © Thuztor, ask him before you do anything with it. dirtyWater_0.8.zip dirtyWater_0.9.zip dirtyWater_0.9.5.zip saltWater_0.9.5.zip
With the new changes to farming, it takes months to grow all foods. However, with this change and, of course, the inevitability of the power shutting off, I'm wondering how farming will remain a viable source of food and survival if you must wait months in between each harvest. Even if crop growth is staggered, it will still be very difficult to keep farming as an effective method of survival. Thoughts?